Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 30, 1963 · Page 2
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 2

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, April 30, 1963
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PAGE ·atomf M Ptcl.OJflc*, TVCIMI T U C S O N DAILY CITIZEN TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, j 963 News Summary Qty And State An Arizona highway inspector says he was ordered to falsify records in the construction of an interstate highway between Yuma and Casa Grande. The inspector, William M. Butler, "was the first witness to testify at a House highway investigating committee today. PAGE 1 One of the world's most advanced scientific instruments, Kitt Peak Observatory's new 84-inch telescope, is reaching the point where it will be tested on a star. PAGE 1 Discharged South Tucson policeman accuses Town Police Chief Cecil Cavender of "judging his patrolmen by the number of (traffic) tickets they write." PAGE 17 A 6-year-old Tucson girl lost her life and her father was severely burned last night when fire swept their trailer. PAGE 1 County and city attorneys from throughout Arizona will meet with Atty. Gen. Robert Pickrell Thursday to discuss a state Supreme Court decision ending governmental immunity from liability suits. PAGE 30 A Denver plumbing contractor left Mesa today accompanied by 217 alligators. PAGE 3 The Nation Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller says in Cincinnati he thinks the United States profitably could make a swap with the Soviet Union: halt Russian training of western hemisphere saboteurs in Cuba in exchange for the restraints on anti-Castro fighters, PAGE 30 The Boeing Co. is handed a strike ultimatum by the AFL-CIO Machinists Union. The union holds out hope of averting a strike if the aerospace firm revises its contract offer. PAGE 26 Arizona congressmen give their opinions on Kennedy administration's proposal to disarm America and give weapons to an all-powerful United Nations military force. Statements from Sen. Barry Goldwater and Reps. Morris Udall, John Rhodes and George Senner--plus another Citizen article and editorial on the same subject. . PAGE 14 Washington Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon says the .economic outlook is so promising the estimated budget deficit may be cut by a million dollars. PAGE 27 Republican Sens. Jacob K. Javits and Hugh Scott call for U.S. intervention to stave off any Arab aggression against Israel. PAGE 5 The combination of Republicans and Southern Democrats isn't what it used to be in the House of Representatives. It has lost every test so far in the present Congress. PAGE 17 The World The Dominican Republic has charged that Haitian Dictator Duvalier offered military bases to the Castro regime of Cuba. The charge was made to a team of the Organization of American States after Duvalier yielded to Dominican demands to withdraw troops from the Dominican Embassy in Port au Prince. PAGE 1 The Italian Communist party was carried to a new high in voting Sunday and yesterday. PAGE 1 Prince Souvanna Phouma, the Laotian Premier, resumes peace efforts in talks with the Pathet Lao in the Plaine des Jarres area. PAGE 9 Western arms to India and the Kashmir dispute are the chief topics at the CENTO ministerial meeting in Karachi. PAGE 3 Sports A lung spot which has not responded to treatment eliminated Casa Grande's George Young, former University of Arizona distance star, from today's 3,000-meter steeplechase in the Pan American Games --an event he was favored to win. PAGE 18 National League umpires set a new record with two balk calls in last night's Dodger-Mets game. And one, called against Los Angeles, gave New York a 4-2 win. PAGE 18 Masters champion Jack Nicklaus and other golf pros have difficulty telling their commercial stories as they make the tournament tour. In Nicklaus' case, his Tucson National story is a good one. George McLeod's column. PAGE 18 General Index Bridge 6 Citizen Charlie 19 Comics . 29 Crossword Puzzle 30 Deaths 21 Editoriali 14 Financial News 27 Molly Mayfield 16 Movie Times 26 Sports 18-20 TV-Radio Dials 28 Woman's View 11-13 L STONE AT PENNiNGTON PHONE MAIN 3-3611 You are Cordially Invited to the FASHION SHOW... Summer in America...Live in a Miss Ann Girner, fashion consultant for Nell/ Don, will narrate the fashion show. Fashion Show .: . Wednesday, May 1st at 12:15 P.M. Ready to Wear Department--Second Floor AT this show, an ENTIRE WARDROBE of SIX BEAUTIFUL Nelly Don SUMMER DRESSES will be given away absolutely FREE to the holder of the lucky card to be drawn at the show. The h o l d e r of the card must be present to win. Be sure to register for the drawing--you may be the lucky winner! From the pages of Vogue ... Nelly Don's fresh, young designs, excellent cut and : , ' superb fit ?n a Well-planned waVdrobe to suit the weather and your whereabouts. 1. 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Monday thru Thursday 'til 6, Friday 'til 9. Saturday 'til 5:30. i \ i

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